Tag Archives: working memory

feature binding in human visual working memory

Posted comment on ´Neural architecture for feature binding in visual working memory` by S.Schneegans and P.M. Bays and published in Journal of Neuroscience April 2017 vol 37 (14) page 3913 doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3943-16.2017 SUMMARY Schneegans and Bays propose in their article that … Continue reading

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inhibition of visual input by top-down modulation in the case of conscious awareness of information in working memory

Posted comment on ´Attention, working memory and phenomenal experience of WM content: memory levels determined by different types of top-down modulation` by J. Jacob, C. Jacobs and J.Silvanto and published in Frontiers in Psychology volume 6 Article 16033 October 2015 … Continue reading

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effect of high altitude on cognitive functions

Posted comment on ´Acute and Chronic Altitude-Induced Cognitive Dysfunction in Children and Adolescents` by S.F. Rimoldi, E. Rexhaj, H. Duplain, S. Urben, J. Billieux, Y. Allemann, C. Romero, A. Ayaviri, C. Salinas, M. Villena, U. Scherrer and C. Sartori and … Continue reading

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prefrontal cortex short-term potentiation model for working memory

Posted comment on ´A Spiking Working Memory Model Based on Hebbian Short-Term Potentiation` by F. Fiebig and A. Lansner and published in Journal of Neuroscience 37(1) p. 83: doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1989-16.2016 SUMMARY Researchers hypothesize that the encoding and maintenance of informational items … Continue reading

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neuroimaging of connectome changes after working memory training

Posted comment on ´Dynamics of the Human Structural Connectome Underlying Working Memory Training` by K. Caeyenberghs, C. Metzler-Baddeley, S. Foley and D.K. Jones published in The Journal of Neuroscience, 6th April 2016, 36(14) p. 4056 SUMMARY Neuroimaging studies of the … Continue reading

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working memory training decreases inattention

Posted comment on ´Benefits of a Working Memory Training Program for Inattention in Daily Life: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis` by M. Spencer-Smith and T. Klingberg published in PLoS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.01195522 March 2015 SUMMARY The authors, Spencer-Smith and Klingberg, … Continue reading

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